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Nick Love is a Actor, Director, Scriptwriter, Producer and Art Direction British born on 24 december 1969 at London (United-kingdom)

Nick Love

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Birth name Nick Love
Nationality United-kingdom
Birth 24 december 1969 at London (United-kingdom)
Death 23 october 2012 (at 42 years)

Nick Love (born 24 December 1969) is a British film director and writer. His credits include the films The Football Factory, The Business and The Firm, Goodbye Charlie Bright and Outlaw.

Usually with

Danny Dyer
Danny Dyer
(4 films)
Paul Anderson
Paul Anderson
(2 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Nick Love (14 films)

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Director

American Hero, 1h26
Directed by Nick Love
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Comedy, Action
Actors Stephen Dorff, Eddie Griffin
Rating49% 2.4557852.4557852.4557852.4557852.455785
Melvin est super-héros malgré lui. La trentaine bien entamée, il habite encore chez sa mère et ne vit que pour la fête, les femmes et la drogue. Jusqu’au jour où il réalise que la seule façon pour lui de revoir son fils, que la justice lui interdit d’approcher, c’est d’accepter son destin, et d'exploiter ses super pouvoirs pour lutter contre le crime. Mais dans un monde dans lequel personne ne comprend ni sa situation, ni d'où il tient ses incroyables pouvoirs, ces derniers pourraient bien causer sa perte...
The Sweeney, 1h52
Directed by Nick Love
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Action, Crime
Actors Ray Winstone, Damian Lewis, Allen Leech, Hayley Atwell, Steven Mackintosh, Plan B
Rating60% 3.0491953.0491953.0491953.0491953.049195
Flying Squad officers Detective Inspector Jack Regan (Ray Winstone) and Detective Constable George Carter (Ben Drew) arrive at the scene of a warehouse robbery; four armed men are attempting to steal gold bars. After Regan and Carter capture the robbers, Regan takes some of the gold bars to give to his informant Harry (Alan Ford). Detective Chief Inspector Ivan Lewis (Steven Mackintosh) from Internal Affairs starts to scrutinise Regan's activities – he is not aware that Regan is having an affair with his estranged wife, Flying Squad officer Nancy Lewis (Hayley Atwell).
The Firm
The Firm (2009)
, 1h30
Directed by Nick Love
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Crime
Themes Sports films, Association football films
Actors Calum McNab, Paul Anderson, Daniel Mays, Camille Coduri
Rating58% 2.9009452.9009452.9009452.9009452.900945
Bex is the leader of the West Ham United football firm, that travels up and down the country to fight other firms. Dom is a normal teenage lad who hangs around with his mates, and one night they go to a nightclub, where his friend Tel walks into Bex. After the two share words, Bex headbutts Tel in the face. The morning after, Tel tells Dom that Bex is after them. The two then go to the local pub, the Lord Nelson, where the firm hangs out. There, Dom apologises for the two of them. Bex compliments Dom's courage, saying that he has a lot of guts to walk in and face him. Dom later finds out where Bex works and goes to visit him. They become acquaintances, visiting a sports shop where Bex purchases a pair of Adidas Trimmstarr trainers. He then asks Dom if he wants to play in his football team. Dom accepts. Dom asks his Dad for money to buy the same pair of trainers.
Outlaw
Outlaw (2007)
, 1h43
Directed by Nick Love
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Thriller, Action, Crime
Actors Sean Bean, Danny Dyer, Sean Harris, Bob Hoskins, Lennie James, Rupert Friend
Rating56% 2.8491452.8491452.8491452.8491452.849145
The film begins by exploring stories involving a number of different characters who live in and around London, all of whom have experiences which lead them to believe that justice in the country is not being handed out fairly. These characters include white-collar worker Gene Dekker (Danny Dyer), who is violently beaten by yobs without any reason on the way to his wedding. Danny Bryant (Sean Bean) is a paratrooper who has seen action in the Falklands, Afghanistan and Iraq and who arrives back from abroad to find his wife with someone else, and also believes that the state of the country is worse than the war-torn places he has recently served in. Crown Court prosecution barrister Cedric Munroe (Lennie James) receives death threats towards his pregnant wife, being told they will only be safe if he pulls out of the case against club owner and heroin dealer Terry Manning (Rob Fry), a boss of the criminal underworld, who Munroe is currently prosecuting. Cambridge University student Sandy Mardell (Rupert Friend) and son of Bryant's former commanding officer has only recently left hospital, though the thugs who scarred him for life in an unprovoked attack were released from prison before he had made his recovery.
The Business, 1h37
Directed by Nick Love
Genres Drama, Thriller, Action, Crime
Themes Medical-themed films, Films about drugs, Gangster films
Actors Danny Dyer, Tamer Hassan, Georgina Chapman, Linda Henry, Roland Manookian, Camille Coduri
Rating66% 3.3491453.3491453.3491453.3491453.349145
The film is narrated by Frankie (Dyer), a young everyman living in South East London during the Thatcher era of the 1980s, with little hope of ever making anything of himself, yet he dreams of "being somebody" and escaping his lonely, dreary lifestyle. After seriously assaulting his mother's abusive boyfriend, he becomes a fugitive, and through family connections escapes to Spain's Costa Del Sol. His job there is to deliver a bag containing drugs and cash to "Playboy Charlie" (Hassan), an ex-pat and criminal-on-the-run, a suave and dapper man who is very successful in Spain and runs his own nightclub and drugs business and lives a life of luxury. Impressed by Frankie's honesty in not opening the bag, Charlie takes a liking to Frankie, introduces him to his business associates, including the psychopathic Sammy (Bell), and invites him to remain in Spain and work as his driver.
The Football Factory, 1h31
Directed by Nick Love
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama
Themes Medical-themed films, Films about drugs, Sports films, Association football films
Actors Danny Dyer, Frank Harper, Tamer Hassan, Roland Manookian, Neil Maskell, Jamie Foreman
Rating67% 3.3988453.3988453.3988453.3988453.398845
Tommy Johnson (Dyer) is a member of a violent Chelsea hooligan firm. His friends and fellow hooligans include Tommy's best friend Rod King (Maskell), Billy Bright (Harper), and impulsive younger members Zeberdee (Manookian) and Raf (MacNab). Tommy spends his days drinking, using drugs, womanising and fighting, much to the disappointment of his grandfather Bill Farrell (Sutton), a pensioner and veteran who plans to move to Australia with his best friend Albert (Junkin).
Goodbye Charlie Bright, 1h27
Directed by Nick Love
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama
Actors Phil Daniels, Danny Dyer, Paul Nicholls, Roland Manookian, David Thewlis, Jamie Foreman
Rating63% 3.151383.151383.151383.151383.15138
Charlie drifts through life as he and his friends enjoy a lifestyle of house parties, casual sex and drugs. However, after breaking into a house to rob it, Charlie finds a gun (they found the keys and address in a handbag they had recently stolen). During the robbery, three of the friends (Charlie, Justin and Damien) accidentally awaken the owner, a hefty Jamaican man who promptly chases them into the street with a golf club. The trio escape, much to the amusement of Justin and Damien. However, despite Charlie promising to tell Justin everything, he decides to keep the gun a secret.

Scriptwriter

The Squad
The Squad (2015)
, 1h30
Directed by Benjamin Rocher
Origin France
Genres Drama, Action, Crime
Actors Alban Lenoir, Jean Reno, Oumar Diaw, Caterina Murino, Stéfi Celma, Thierry Neuvic
Roles Story
Rating57% 2.85452.85452.85452.85452.8545
Serge Buren, flic légendaire de la BRI parisienne, et son équipe de jeunes policiers aux méthodes peu orthodoxes, sont aux prises avec un groupe de braqueurs violents et expéditifs quant aux méthodes utilisées pour commettre leurs méfaits, n'hésitant pas à se servir d'armes de guerre et de bombes pour dévaliser bijouteries et banques. Face à de tels ennemis, les policiers devront user d'ingéniosité pour les arrêter avant qu'ils ne fassent plus de victimes.
American Hero, 1h26
Directed by Nick Love
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Comedy, Action
Actors Stephen Dorff, Eddie Griffin
Roles Writer
Rating49% 2.4557852.4557852.4557852.4557852.455785
Melvin est super-héros malgré lui. La trentaine bien entamée, il habite encore chez sa mère et ne vit que pour la fête, les femmes et la drogue. Jusqu’au jour où il réalise que la seule façon pour lui de revoir son fils, que la justice lui interdit d’approcher, c’est d’accepter son destin, et d'exploiter ses super pouvoirs pour lutter contre le crime. Mais dans un monde dans lequel personne ne comprend ni sa situation, ni d'où il tient ses incroyables pouvoirs, ces derniers pourraient bien causer sa perte...
The Sweeney, 1h52
Directed by Nick Love
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Action, Crime
Actors Ray Winstone, Damian Lewis, Allen Leech, Hayley Atwell, Steven Mackintosh, Plan B
Roles Writer
Rating60% 3.0491953.0491953.0491953.0491953.049195
Flying Squad officers Detective Inspector Jack Regan (Ray Winstone) and Detective Constable George Carter (Ben Drew) arrive at the scene of a warehouse robbery; four armed men are attempting to steal gold bars. After Regan and Carter capture the robbers, Regan takes some of the gold bars to give to his informant Harry (Alan Ford). Detective Chief Inspector Ivan Lewis (Steven Mackintosh) from Internal Affairs starts to scrutinise Regan's activities – he is not aware that Regan is having an affair with his estranged wife, Flying Squad officer Nancy Lewis (Hayley Atwell).
The Firm
The Firm (2009)
, 1h30
Directed by Nick Love
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Crime
Themes Sports films, Association football films
Actors Calum McNab, Paul Anderson, Daniel Mays, Camille Coduri
Rating58% 2.9009452.9009452.9009452.9009452.900945
Bex is the leader of the West Ham United football firm, that travels up and down the country to fight other firms. Dom is a normal teenage lad who hangs around with his mates, and one night they go to a nightclub, where his friend Tel walks into Bex. After the two share words, Bex headbutts Tel in the face. The morning after, Tel tells Dom that Bex is after them. The two then go to the local pub, the Lord Nelson, where the firm hangs out. There, Dom apologises for the two of them. Bex compliments Dom's courage, saying that he has a lot of guts to walk in and face him. Dom later finds out where Bex works and goes to visit him. They become acquaintances, visiting a sports shop where Bex purchases a pair of Adidas Trimmstarr trainers. He then asks Dom if he wants to play in his football team. Dom accepts. Dom asks his Dad for money to buy the same pair of trainers.
Outlaw
Outlaw (2007)
, 1h43
Directed by Nick Love
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Thriller, Action, Crime
Actors Sean Bean, Danny Dyer, Sean Harris, Bob Hoskins, Lennie James, Rupert Friend
Roles Author
Rating56% 2.8491452.8491452.8491452.8491452.849145
The film begins by exploring stories involving a number of different characters who live in and around London, all of whom have experiences which lead them to believe that justice in the country is not being handed out fairly. These characters include white-collar worker Gene Dekker (Danny Dyer), who is violently beaten by yobs without any reason on the way to his wedding. Danny Bryant (Sean Bean) is a paratrooper who has seen action in the Falklands, Afghanistan and Iraq and who arrives back from abroad to find his wife with someone else, and also believes that the state of the country is worse than the war-torn places he has recently served in. Crown Court prosecution barrister Cedric Munroe (Lennie James) receives death threats towards his pregnant wife, being told they will only be safe if he pulls out of the case against club owner and heroin dealer Terry Manning (Rob Fry), a boss of the criminal underworld, who Munroe is currently prosecuting. Cambridge University student Sandy Mardell (Rupert Friend) and son of Bryant's former commanding officer has only recently left hospital, though the thugs who scarred him for life in an unprovoked attack were released from prison before he had made his recovery.
The Business, 1h37
Directed by Nick Love
Genres Drama, Thriller, Action, Crime
Themes Medical-themed films, Films about drugs, Gangster films
Actors Danny Dyer, Tamer Hassan, Georgina Chapman, Linda Henry, Roland Manookian, Camille Coduri
Rating66% 3.3491453.3491453.3491453.3491453.349145
The film is narrated by Frankie (Dyer), a young everyman living in South East London during the Thatcher era of the 1980s, with little hope of ever making anything of himself, yet he dreams of "being somebody" and escaping his lonely, dreary lifestyle. After seriously assaulting his mother's abusive boyfriend, he becomes a fugitive, and through family connections escapes to Spain's Costa Del Sol. His job there is to deliver a bag containing drugs and cash to "Playboy Charlie" (Hassan), an ex-pat and criminal-on-the-run, a suave and dapper man who is very successful in Spain and runs his own nightclub and drugs business and lives a life of luxury. Impressed by Frankie's honesty in not opening the bag, Charlie takes a liking to Frankie, introduces him to his business associates, including the psychopathic Sammy (Bell), and invites him to remain in Spain and work as his driver.
The Football Factory, 1h31
Directed by Nick Love
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama
Themes Medical-themed films, Films about drugs, Sports films, Association football films
Actors Danny Dyer, Frank Harper, Tamer Hassan, Roland Manookian, Neil Maskell, Jamie Foreman
Rating67% 3.3988453.3988453.3988453.3988453.398845
Tommy Johnson (Dyer) is a member of a violent Chelsea hooligan firm. His friends and fellow hooligans include Tommy's best friend Rod King (Maskell), Billy Bright (Harper), and impulsive younger members Zeberdee (Manookian) and Raf (MacNab). Tommy spends his days drinking, using drugs, womanising and fighting, much to the disappointment of his grandfather Bill Farrell (Sutton), a pensioner and veteran who plans to move to Australia with his best friend Albert (Junkin).